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  • The Buick Stops Here: VIPs at the Wheel Make Secret Service Nervous

    Vice President Joe Biden was wearing a leather jacket and sitting behind the wheel of a screaming yellow Corvette at the locked White House gates when he divulged a secret of the powerful.

  • Peres Releases Photos of Disguises Used to Meet King of Jordan

    Israeli President Shimon Peres posted photos showing the disguises he used in secret peace talks with Jordanian leaders four decades ago when the countries were formally at war.

  • Jordan Rises as Internet Hub While King Curbs Expression

    At one end of Rainbow Street, in the heart of Amman’s cafe-filled historic district, sits Think Arabia, one of the hundreds of tech startups that have sprung from the Jordanian desert like so many wildflowers after a rain.

  • Youth Sports Can Help Inspire Peace, Jordan’s Prince Feisal Says

    Encouraging young people from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds to play sports can “inspire” peace, said Prince Feisal Al Hussein, the second-oldest son of the late King Hussein of Jordan and brother of King Abdullah. He spoke in an interview at the inauguration of the Generations For Peace Institute in Amman today.

  • Jordan’s King Abdullah Names Karaki as New Royal Court Chief

    Jordan’s King Abdullah appointed Khaled al-Karaki, a former minister of education and deputy prime minister, as his new royal court chief, replacing Nasser Lozi , the state-run-Petra news agency reported today.

  • Crash of Kravis-Inspired Candover Shows Woes of Buyout Industry

    The leaders of a prestigious European private-equity firm and one of its companies were celebrating at a pair of parties on the French Riviera. It was Sept. 13, 2008. Gerry Grimstone , chairman of Candover Investments Plc , sipped cocktails and reviewed strategy with executives of the firm’s leveraged-buyout unit on a yacht in Monaco harbor. Two months before, Candover Partners Ltd. had won a bidding war to purchase oil services company Expro International Group Plc for 2 billion pounds ($3.19 billion), then the largest LBO in Europe that year.

  • Biggest Mideast Takeover at Risk as Turmoil Upsets Region

    The Arab Spring may prove one of the biggest hurdles to Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc.’s $13.5 billion takeover of Israel Chemicals Ltd. in what could become the biggest acquisition ever in the Middle East, government officials and analysts said.

  • Jordan's Prime Minister Resigns After Six Months

    Jordan’s Prime Minister Awn al- Khasawneh resigned today, six months after King Abdullah appointed the former judge at the International Court of Justice with a mandate to speed political change in the country.

  • Jordan’s King Appoints PM After Cabinet Resigns

    Jordan’s King Abdullah appointed Awn al-Khasawneh, a former judge at the International Court of Justice, as prime minister after accepting the Cabinet’s resignation.

  • Jordan's Ali Elected FIFA Vice President, Unseating Blatter Critic Chung

    Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan was elected vice president of soccer’s governing body FIFA, unseating a critic of president Sepp Blatter .

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